Cycle Touring in Switzerland: Nine tours on Switzerland's national cycle routes

Cycle Touring in Switzerland: Nine tours on Switzerland's national cycle routes

by Judith Forsyth, Neil Forsyth
     
 

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There is no other country in the world quite like Switzerland, and travel by bicycle gives you all the benefits of a slower pace of travel, together with the ability to see more of the country and its natural wonders. About 5000km of cycle routes are described in Switzerland, with sections in neighboring Austria, Germany and Italy. These range from gentle routes along…  See more details below

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There is no other country in the world quite like Switzerland, and travel by bicycle gives you all the benefits of a slower pace of travel, together with the ability to see more of the country and its natural wonders. About 5000km of cycle routes are described in Switzerland, with sections in neighboring Austria, Germany and Italy. These range from gentle routes along rivers and lakesides to thigh-busting climbs over passes.The routes are mainly on superbly well-signposted dedicated cycle tracks and quiet roads, and can be linked to form tours of up to several weeks. The guide also includes information on Swiss traffic laws, equipment including bicycles, economical accommodation, travel to and within Switzerland, what to eat and drink whilst there, and short snippets of information useful to the touring cyclist that cannot easily be found elsewhere. This book is aimed not only at the pass-bagger, but also offers less exacting routes for the not-so-fit.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781852845261
Publisher:
Cicerone Press
Publication date:
01/01/2010
Pages:
272
Product dimensions:
4.60(w) x 6.70(h) x 0.80(d)

Meet the Author

Judith and Neil learned the delights of continental cycling after moving to Germany. Together they explored much of southern Germany, eastern France and Switzerland by bicycle. They gained a reputation for British eccentricity when they cycled over the Alps from Heidelberg to Brissago on Lago Maggiore. They are both very fond of Switzerland, especially the well signposted national cycle routes.

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